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SPECIAL EVENT

Our Avian Neighbors

WHAT: Fall birding classes

WHEN: The first class will be on Tuesday, October 9, 2018

WHERE: Pensacola Public Library, downtown at 239 N. Spring Street.

There will be a field trip from 2-4 hours on Saturday following three of the classes.

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EXPERIENCEROOFTOP NESTING HAVE A FUTURE?

One of the many amazing adaptions migrating seabirds have developed is the ability to not only use gravel rooftops, but thrive on them! Species like Least Terns and Black Skimmers usually nest on the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, but due to many factors like increased tourism and development,   …more

ENJOYTHE BROWN PELICAN

Its bill can hold more than its belly can!  “There’s a pelican at Joe Patti’s!” our friend shouted into the telephone.  We frantically called several other birders, grabbed binoculars and ran to the car in hopes of seeing just one pelican.  We got to the fish market and found a lone juvenile …more

CONSERVEREMEMBERING THE OLD FLORIDA OF YESTERDAY

Over the years I’ve had the privilege of meeting, working with, and being guided by some amazing people, who have shared their memories of a Florida past.  Here’s one.  A young man returning from service during the Korean War, my friend JD was stationed in Papua New Guinea, …more

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